Balloons by joel
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Joel was born and raised in Newton, Iowa. His obsession with flying started when he was five years old, when he and his father took a plane trip. He received his fixed-wing pilot’s license at the age of 20 and later designed an experimental airplane with a good friend. “Like most bad habits, a free taste from a friend,” Joel says he got into ballooning. During the 1998 National Balloon Classic, Joel, his wife Karen, and their daughter Adena crewed for a local Indianola pilot. Joel and Karen bought their first used hot air balloon in 2003, and Joel obtained his commercial license in 2004. Joel has gained 600 hours of flight time as the pilot in charge of a hot air balloon since then. Joel is excited about hot air ballooning and enjoys sharing his excitement with others.
2,000 balloons on a trampoline
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My submission for The Teleidoscope’s Into The Storm theme.
Balloons joel andrey
I wasn’t planning on using “my” field for this shot; in fact, when the storm hit, I was on the opposite side of town, on one of the hills behind me. Since I knew the view would be better in this area, I sped down one side of town and back up the other. I’ve always thought it’d be fascinating to see inside a storm, to watch the lightning strike and the energy build up to produce those dark clouds and thunderous booms. Mother Nature is a wonderful source of entertainment. We’ve Arrived: Getting around
The Flying Project: Searching For The Impossible explores the connections between flight and metaphysics. It follows Tauber’s several unsuccessful attempts at flying before he succeeds: Tauber builds a musical flying machine that floats 150 feet above the desert for an hour and a half. The art installation consists of a 32-minute video, a series of photos, and the musical flying machine / sculpture (in its most complete form).
An English monk named Eilmer claimed that the secret of flight was spiritual in the 11th century. He would be able to travel only by prayer, not science. Wings, Eilmer claimed, were only useful as magical weapons. Their physical characteristics were unimportant. Eilmer jumped from the top of Malmesbury Abbey after his wings and prayers made him believe he could fly. Eilmer soared for over a furlong before collapsing. For the remainder of his life, he was paralyzed.
My career as a tower jumper started on October 7, 2001. I was following in Eilmer’s and Reichelt’s footsteps, but I was more realistic than they were. I took a crash mat with me so that I could try flying several times.